Seton Catholic schoolWelcome to Seton Catholic School
Seton Catholic School serves the parishes in the St. Elizabeth Pastorate in Bankston, Epworth, Farley, Peosta and Placid. We believe in seeking excellence through a Christ-Centered education in a faith filled community so all students can grow spiritually, emotionally, and academically as life long learners in a global world.
With a commitment to technology integration in the classrooms, students have access to technology through various avenues such as the Internet, computers, and iPads. To stay competitive and current, Seton Catholic has moved to a one-to-one environment for grades 6 through 8.
Grades Preschool – 5th
7597 Burds Road
Peosta, IA 52068
Grades 6th – 8th
210 2nd Avenue SE
Farley, IA 52046
Seeking exCellenCe through a ChriSt-Centered eduCation
“Seton Catholic not only provides a sound educational experience for my children, but more significantly, it provides an excellent Christian foundation. The small class sizes allow for personal academic attention and an intimate environment that encourages friendships that will last a lifetime. My children are not just well educated; they are Christians with sound values and faith, greatly due to Seton Catholic’s influence in their everyday lives.
We can’t thank the Seton Catholic teachers and administration enough for such a tremendous education for our children.” – Vicki Stelzer, Seton Catholic parent
Why Send Your Child to Seton Catholic School?
The Goal of Catholic education at Seton Catholic School is the fulfillment of the educational ministry of the Catholic Church and has as its primary objective the on-going formation and the development of each individual’s God-given gifts.
From Our Principal
Welcome to Seton Catholic! We are a PreK – 8th grade Catholic institution located in Peosta and Farley, Iowa. We are honored to provide a ridorous Christ-centered education for students in and around our area. I have been the administrator of Seton Catholic since the Summer of 2020. The teachers and staff here at Seton Catholic push themselves every day to be better people so that they can help students grow to their fullest potential.
If you are interested in learning more about Seton Catholic and what we offer I would love to connect with you. Please call or text 563-599-1363 or email me at [email protected].
– Eric Meyer
Our Upcoming Curricular Events & Activities
No School – Teacher Development
- Monday: Dress in your favorite sports team apparel.
- Tuesday: Dress up for God (no jeans)
- Wednesday: Dress as your favorite community hero
- Thursday: Dress as your favorite superhero.
- Friday: Quest Day: Dress for your team.
Ladies Night Out
Thunder Hills at 6:00 PM
No School – Teacher Development
No School – Thanksgiving Break
No School – Christmas Break
No School – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Facilities and Organizations
Our Teachers believe in providing students with the best academic program possible. We want our students to have all of the skills and tools necessary to be successful in our world today. We follow the Iowa Core Curriculum and maintain an accreditation through the State of Iowa Department of Education.
(A) The goal of the Seton Catholic Schools Parent Club is to enhance and support the educational experience at Seton Catholic Schools, to develop a closer connection between school and home by encouraging parent involvement, and to improve the environment at Seton Catholic School through volunteer and financial support.
- CSIP Document Link
- Seton I Can Statements for grades K – 5
We are pleased to offer you a convenient, online method to apply for financial aid through FACTS for Seton Catholic School.
After School programs
Get In Touch
Mon – Friday: 7:30 am – 4:00 pm
Mon – Thurs: 9:00 – 12:00 – Peosta
Tue – Thurs: 9:00 – 12:00 – Farley
563.556.5967 – Peosta
563.744.3290 – Farley
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